"globus-ssh login" confusing?

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"globus-ssh login" confusing?

In looking at the test results, I'm wondering if the "globus-ssh login" command will confuse users since it doesn't actually log them into the remote machine.  It just gets you an access token so then you can then get remote access to the remote machine.  I realize "login" is the wording used for web equivalents.  Will the users need to run "globus-ssh login" one time or once for every machine they want to access?  

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Once for every machine that they want to access. "login" may be confusing. That command really initiates the OAuth consent flow against Globus Auth for that particular SSH service (in this case, ssh.demo.globus.org). 

Thanks for the feedback!

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